Использование дисперсных катализаторов в процессе каталитического парового крекинга тяжелой нефти

Translated title of the contribution: The use of dispersed catalysts in catalytic steam cracking of heavy oil

Anastasia V. Saiko, Olesya O. Zaikina, Gleb A. Sosnin, Peter M. Yeletsky, Yuliya K. Gulyaeva, Oleg V. Klimov, Aleksander S. Noskov, Vadim A. Yakovlev

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In this paper the influence of dispersed catalysts obtained in situ based on various metals (Mo, Ni, Fe, Co) has been studied on the yield and properties of liquid products in a slurry-reactorat a temperature of 425 °С and a pressure of 20 MPa. The most active catalytic compositions for the process of catalytic steam cracking of oil (Mo and Mo-Fe) were selected. In the presence of dispersed Mo and Mo-Fe catalysts the samples of the semisynthetic oils were produced. In the rectification process the gasoline, diesel, oil and residual fractions were allocated. The selected fractions were analyzed by physicochemical methods for a wide range of performance in comparison with the initial heavy oil. The efficiency of Mo-Fe catalysts for obtaining semisynthetic oil with an increased content of light fractions (i.b.p. – 360 °С) during the catalytic steam cracking of heavy oil was shown.

Translated title of the contributionThe use of dispersed catalysts in catalytic steam cracking of heavy oil
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)562-572
Number of pages11
JournalJournal of Siberian Federal University: Chemistry
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2019


  • heavy petroleum feedstocks
  • semisynthetic oil
  • dispersed catalyst
  • steam cracking
  • slurry-reactor

State classification of scientific and technological information

  • 61.51 Processing of natural gas, oil, gas condensate, their products and analogues tov. Motor fuel. Lubricants

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